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STEM Fair :
S.T.E.M it's in Heartlands D.N.A
October 28, 2017

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When: Saturday, January 21st, 2017

Where: Blaine High School

Who: Grades K-12 can submit a project for the fair. Students may register as an individual, as a group of two or as a group of three max.

What: Students need to prepare a board for display at the fair. Maximum Display Board size: 30" Deep, 48" Wide and 72" High.

How: Students in grades 6-12 will present their projects to a group of judges and fellow students. Students will go around to projects with the judges.

Schedule for the Fair:

7:00- 7:30 am: Judges arrive at the school and go to the cafeteria to find their assigned table.

7:30 - 8 am: Judges are in their groups in the cafeteria, going over the judging instructions and their assigned projects.

7:30 - 8 am : Students in Shift #1 Set up their projects in the Field House. Public viewing of all projects

8:00-9:00 am: Shift #1 Project Judging - Only students and judges allowed on the field house floor. Judges AND students go together to each project in their group. Students present their projects once to the group. 
 
9:00 - 9:30 am : Shift #1 students are at their projects and judges can see them individually to ask further questions. 
9:30 - 10:00  am : Shift #1 students take down their projects, Shift #2 students set up their projects. Public Viewing of Projects. Judges return to the cafeteria to discuss projects.
 
10- 11:00 am Shift #2   Shift #2 Project Judging - Only students and judges allowed on the field house floor. Judges AND students go together to each project in their group. Students present their projects once to the group. 
 
11:00 - 11:30 am - Shift #2 students are at their projects and judges can see them individually to ask further questions. 
 
11:30 am - Shift #2 students take down their projects. Judges finish project recommendations. 
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Tamara Robertson

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Tamara Robertson


Tamara Robertson was born and raised in a military family in Eastern, N.C. As a youth, she spent a large amount of time with her father watching Star Trek, rebuilding engines, up-keeping the family cars and building/renovating homes. She learned her love of machinery (and of Scotty, of course) as well as all things technical from her time working with her dad.

While pursuing her chemical and biomolecular engineering degree from North Carolina State University, Tamara worked in green sciences, operating the department's biodiesel plant. After graduating, she began her career in global tech transfers, designing vaccine processes and facilities. During the swine flu pandemic she went to live abroad manufacturing flu vaccine for the United States and later worked on the first clinical material for avian flu.

While attending engineering school, Tamara utilized her experience in acting, improv and drama through print modeling and acting. She continued to develop her craft throughout her engineering career, filming for national and global commercials, web series, network series and indie films.
She currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and dog, spending her down time scuba diving, hiking, rock climbing, working with children and practicing photography.